Hey, AWSQuest News Blog readers – Greg Bilsland here. I work with Jeff behind the scenes on the AWS Blog, and I’ve been collaborating with the fine folks at Lone Shark Games on AWS Quest. You’ve done a great job tracking Ozz’s journey westward from Seattle to re:Invent. We wanted to give you a short […]
The target release date for WordPress 5.0 is less than two weeks away and, well, some people are pointing out some reasons why it might not quite be ready for primetime. Do you agree? While Gutenberg is generally growing on me, there are still a lot of bugs, and I would tend to agree that … Read moreWeekly WordPress News: Is WordPress 5.0 Ready For Primetime?
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OpenSSH is a free and open source, full implementation of the SSH protocol 2.0. It provides a number of tools for securely accessing and managing remote computer systems, and managing authentications keys, such as...
Let’s face it. Your website is a big deal. Your website represents you, but when a prospective customer is on your website, simply put, you’re not there. You’re not sitting with you customer seeing their interactions. You’re not seeing their frustrations and disappointments. And certainly – calling you and telling you about their experience isn’t … The post 3 Reasons Your Bad Website is Killing Your Brand appeared first on Torque.
Stablecoins, the holy grail of every exchange that can’t work with traditional fiat currencies. After Tether’s USDT, that has been the stablecoin of choice for many years, suffered from severe rumors that the highly controversial …
If our server can’t keep up with the number of requests its getting, we have two basic options; scale up, add more servers or server resources, or make the program more efficient. A perfectly-optimized program would never run out of server resources. That’s a great ideal, but its hard and processing power is cheap, so … The post Small is the New Big: An Interview with Paul Jarvis appeared first on Torque.
The prospect of starting a web design business can be a bit overwhelming. However, at the same time, if you’re stuck in a job that you don’t 100% like, the prospect of using your skills to build a web design business that operates based on flexibility and freedom is hard to deny. Would you rather toil away as you are, continuously bogged down by stress? Or are you willing to take a risk for a chance at something better?